Tyler Texas is a Place to Retire

Posted in Retirement at 4:02 pm by admin

Considering a Place to Retire?

East Texas is not new to having people from wide and far migrate here for little more then its central location and far reach from everything unholy. Tyler is right in the Bible belt and although most people here don’t consider themselves “holier then thou” they do enjoy the peacefulness of an orderly community where crime is low, business is hopping and the lifestyle is active. East Texas has been known as the expert on quite a few activities and topics, from the Rose Capital of the World to the largest ATV mud bogging fun fest in the world right here on Mud Creek. Of course us old folks don’t want to get on a dangerous ATV but there is a wide selection of golf courses with various price ranges and amenities. Retirement living for the independent senior goes from several 5 star facilities such as the Cascades to independent living centers where nurses and care workers are on staff to assist to minor needs. Nursing homes, nationally ranked hospitals, fishing lakes, and senior community activity clubs with provided transportation keeps Tyler a great place to come and retire.

Wow Look at That Fancy Spancy Condo Tower on the Golf Course

We can’t mention the Cascades enough when mentioning Tyler Texas as a great area to retire to. The Cascades is a large high rise condominium on a golf course and lake. The facility has just been built and is 3/4 sold. If you had to pick the best place in town to retire that would be the place. Much more development is in the works in this area in the form of retail centers, top quality restaurants, and medical facilities near by.

Golf, Fish, Food, Hospitals, Good People, you Will Like it Here!

Whether you are considering Tyler TX for their fishing lakes and tournaments in places like Lake Palestine and Lake Tyler or you enjoy the variety of restaurants, golf courses, doctors, and medical facilities you will be making a good choice as there just aren’t many people living here that would disagree. Take a tour through Tyler Texas one date and see what I mean.

Need to Know More?

If you would like to know more about retirement options in Tyler Texas please feel free to contact Elderly Care Services for more information. We look forward to help point you in the right direction. If we don’t have an answer right away we will get back to you with someone else who may be able to help.

Marketing for Texas Assisted Living

Posted in Advertising, Marketing at 3:49 am by admin

Who Qualifies to be Mentioned on Elderly Care Services?

If you are an elderly care facility, nursing home, hospice, dialysis center \ assisted living facility, or any other related senior living community in Texas and would like to be reviewed for consideration on this Texas elder care site you may fill out the consideration form below. An elder care consultant will call you back immediately to discuss a time to do a physical tour of your facility and a question and answer session with your staff and a few residents living at the facility. Our staff will publish the review on this site and will be happy to refer residents to your quality Texas elder care facility if the senior living community maintains our quality guidelines.


Our Flexible Approach Helps us Stay Innovative to a Fast Growing Texas Senior Living Industry

If you would like other considerations besides our standard review please feel free to suggest your ideas for helping to market your Texas elder care facility on Elderly Care Services. Our staff is very flexible and we are willing to work with quality elder care facilities that maintain a caring and respectful environment for the elderly without a history of neglect and abuse.


Alzheimers Linked to Low Insulin Levels

Posted in Alzheimer's Disease, Assisted Living, care at home, dementia, Dimentia, Elder Care, Elderly Care, Elderly Diseases, exercises, forgetting to take medication, medication, Nursing home, Senior Citizen, Taking Care of a Loved One, Texas Elderly Care Services at 11:34 am by admin

U.S. News and World Report researched and found that men that were diagnosed with diabetes in middle age were at a higher risk for alzheimers. They found that low levels of insulin caused damage to blood vesels in the brain.

If you or a loved one has low insulin levels be sure to follow doctors orders and get proper medication. Remember to get enough exercise to keep a healthy circulation and healthy weight.